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In earnest (pb@e-scribe.com)

March 2, 2014

My name is Wendy Launer, a member of the US ARMY MEDEVAC unit in Afghanistan.
I am hoping you may be trusted with mutually beneficial valuable and sensitive information.
Please allow me give you more info of what I have in mind by confirming if your email
pb@e-scribe.com is okay and I will provide additional information.

Wendy Launer



cat4leg commented, on March 10, 2014:

Is there a way we could embed a program to turn the tables on these scams? I'm computer savvy but not to the extent of most of the commenters I have read on my Google search of 'Wendy'. I received her request to verify my e-mail address on March 7th. Outlook properly placed it in the junk folder. Usually if my interest is piqued I forward it to an address that breaks them down into a data trail. server to server address. The couple I have done that to were pristine lacking that data. I was very tempted to forward and reply from the above mentioned e-mail to thank her for sending me this and inform whatever entity 'wendy' actually is that they screwed up since I'm vetted by Homeland Security when I did some private contractor work for them from Oct. 05 until March 06. Thank You for any input.